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    Burleigh Koalas - interactive community evening

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    Burleigh Koalas is an interactive community evening about koala conservation in Burleigh; challenges, solutions and the community's role in koala conservation.

    We invite you to hear from expert speakers and engage with your local community to care for koalas in our region.

    When?          Tuesday 4th June 2024, 5.30 - 7.30 pm

    Where?         Burleigh Girl Guides Hut, Tabilban St, Burleigh Heads 


    Burleigh koalas – how population monitoring shapes conservation initiatives

    A history of Burleigh koalas, the City’s monitoring program, a view to the future, and how this work shapes threat mitigation to support a sustainable population.

    Tina Strachan
    Senior Biodiversity Conservation Officer

    Environmental Planning and Assessment

    City of Gold Coast

    Wildlife Crossing Structures: overpasses, underpasses, and canopy bridges

    Roads divide and isolate wildlife and make it dangerous or impossible to cross to the other side. The solution is wildlife crossing structures: overpasses, underpasses, and canopy bridges are being installed all around the world. And they work! Professor Jones will present some of the innovative new designs and talk about the most studied overpass in the world: our very own Compton Road Landbridge.

    Darryl Jones

    Professor Emeritus

    Centre for Planetary Health & Food Security/School of Environment & Science

    Griffith University

    Koala Drone Mapping Survey

    Overview on the drone technology, how they fly to survey and the type of information they gather for the survey undertaken by University of Queensland and Ripper Corp.

    Jamie Holyoak

    Chief Remote Pilot and Endangered Species Survey Specialist

    Ripper Corp

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